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All this month enjoy back-to-back episodes of lost television gems starting at 3PM | 2C and 2AM | 1C.

Today, tune in for back-to-back episodes of The Loretta Young Show. Loretta Young stars in the dramatic anthology series, which aired on NBC from 1953 to 1961 and earned three Emmy Awards.

The Best of the Ed Sullivan Show

Today’s guests on The Best of the Ed Sullivan Show include: Jack Benny, The Doors, Flip Wilson, Spanky and Our Gang.
12:00PM | 05:00PM | 11:00PM

Feature Film: The First Olympics: Athens 1896: Part 1 (1984)

Teams from different nations prepare for the inaugural modern Olympic Games, and America's first team must overcome obstacles to compete. Angela Lansbury, David Caruso and David Ogden Stiers appear.

Greatest Sports Legends: Florence Griffith Joyner

Greatest Sports Legends profiles Olympic track and field gold medalist Florence Griffith Joyner. Her world records set in 1988 have yet to be broken.

Greatest Sports Legends: Jesse Owens

Greatest Sports Legends examines four-time Olympic medalist Jesse Owens who competed in track and field events. His victories in the 1936 games stood in sharp contrast to the racist ideology of Aryan supremacy.

The Dick Cavett Show: 1972 Summer Olympics

Featured on The Dick Cavett Show is a discussion of the 1972 Summer Olympics and includes sports journalist Jim McKay, gymnast Cathy Rigby, wrestler Dan Gable, track and field athlete Jim Ryun, track and field athlete Eddie Hart, boxer Sugar Ray Seales and track athlete Dave Wottle.

Through the Decades - February 14

Learn about the evolution of Valentine’s Day throughout history.
07:00AM | 01:00PM | 07:00PM | 10:00PM


10 fascinating facts about Mister Rogers

Mr. Rogers welcomed everyone to his neighborhood, from Michael Keaton to Dr. Quinn, Medicine Woman.

February 16, 1968: First 911 call

The first call was made in Haleyville, Alabama — over a decade after the idea was brought up.

R.I.P. Marty Allen, comedian and game show favorite

He appeared on The Ed Sullivan Show more than 40 times.
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Can’t Live Without Your Love and Affection

"My first conscious memory was sitting off to the side of the stage as a two-year-old…watching ... more

Let’s Make a Deal

The year was 1942… It was the height of World War II and America’s railroad system was acting ... more

The Pentagon

"The shape of the Pentagon was not predetermined. It was a shape that was based upon the amount ... more
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Only an Eighties kid can beat this totally rad pop culture quiz

Fire up some synth-pop and grab a New Coke. We're firing up the DeLorean and heading back to ... more

Do these famous TV Steves spell their name Stephen or Steven?

We can admit it. It makes us pause every time. Whenever we type out the name of an actor named ... more

Can you name the bands in these classic 1970s music videos?

Yes, there were music videos before MTV. The cable channel certainly popularized the visual medium ... more
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